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Planned Giving

Your gift can build healthy communities in Africa for generations to come.

Planned Giving is part of overall financial and estate planning; it can help establish your legacy and continue your commitment to eradicating poverty.

By making a planned gift through your estate or assets such as securities or RRSPs, you can establish a legacy while making a lasting impact on the lives of families in Africa.

Your gift will allow CPAR to plan for future programming, ensuring that the organization’s 30 plus years of programming continues to help families today and for generations to come. Arranging a legacy gift is easy to do and you can receive a tax credit that will ease the tax burden on your heirs.

Why choose planned giving?

It’s achievable: A bequest is a future gift that doesn’t cost you anything during your lifetime.
It’s easy: You don’t have to rewrite your existing will – you can make a simple addition called a codicil.
It’s advantageous: A gift to CPAR in your will can provide you with a tax benefit.

If you have already remembered CPAR in your will, we thank you and ask that you please let us know of this generous intention. Knowledge of your intent allows us to plan programs into the future.

Please note: CPAR recommends that you consult your lawyer or professional advisor on all matters related to estate and financial planning, to ensure that your financial goals are considered, your tax situation is reviewed and that your planned gift is tailored to best fit your requirements and your wishes.

Read the complimentary Will Planning Guide to help you gather the information you will need before you seek legal counsel to prepare your will.
Thank you for considering a Planned Gift to CPAR.

Our legal name is Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief.
Our Charitable Registration Number is 11883 5230 RR0001

Questions? Contact:
Brittany de Sousa, Donation Management
Canadian Physicians for Aid And Relief
401-240 Bank Street
Ottawa, ON, K2P 1X4
(416) 369-0865 or 1-800-263-2727
Website at

Planned Gifts support CPAR’s work now and in the future